Wood Thrush Plush
The Wood Thrush is a passerine bird. It is closely related to other thrushes such as the American Robin. This bird has its crown, nape, and upper back cinnamon-brown color, while the back wings and tail are a slightly duller brown. The breast and belly are white with large dark brown spots on the breast, sides, and flanks. It has white eye rings and pink legs. The male and female are similar in appearance. The song of the male is often cited as being the most beautiful.
It is solitary, but sometimes forms mixed-species flocks. Is medium-sized (18 to 21.5 cm long) and a body mass of 48 to 72 g. The longest known lifespan for a Wood Thrush in the wild is 8 years, 11 months.
Habitat & Range: Frequents undergrowth, moist thickets, low old banana and cacao plantations.
In Costa Rica, the Wood Trush has a wide distribution from lowlands on both sides (rare in the dry northwest and the Valley General) to 1400 m. on the Caribbean side, and up to 1700 m. south of the Caribbean slope, sometimes may rise higher.
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